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Cameron Diaz talks about Botox use in interview


Hollywood actress Cameron Diaz has discussed her complexion and previous Botox use with Entertainment tonight, and according to a report by The Daily Mail, she is not a fan of the anti-wrinkle treatment.

The 41-year-old said she would prefer to age without cosmetic procedures to make her look younger; she spoke about her experiences with Botox injections, saying ‘I’ve tried [Botox] before, where it was like [a] little tiny touch of something. It changed my face in such a weird way.’ Cameron admitted that she would rather see her own aging face than feel like she has overdone it to the point where she no longer looks like herself any more.

When asked about her wrinkles, the actress said ‘I love [them], I don’t mind. It’s like ‘Guess what this means, I’ve smiled my whole life.’ I love life, I’m happy; I don’t have a problem with that. I love getting older. It’s a part of life. If you’re not ageing, you’re dead!’

Cameron also gave some advice to her fans about how to improve their own complexions, saying ‘If you understand how your body works you can make the right choices. I used to have bad acne and little white bumps. I cut out dairy and my skin changed completely.’

Mother speaks of shock after baby is born with two teeth


A new mother has spoken of her shock after her baby daughter was found to have two fully formed teeth straight after she was born. Vicki Griffiths was astounded to see that baby Eva Faith already had two front teeth when she was born at James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough on September 8th, weighing 7lbs 4oz.

Vicki, 26, told the Daily Mail that her partner Steven informed her that the baby already had teeth and the pair ‘burst out laughing’; she added ‘we were in shock, and so were the midwives. She had her mouth closed to begin with, so we didn’t notice. It was quite bizarre to see them’ The new mum also said that she had been planning to breastfeed but was put off when she saw Eva’s teeth, saying ‘I don’t think anybody could blame me!’

Midwives and doctors at the hospital struggled to give the parents information about how to care for Eva properly because the occurrence is so rare – appearing once in every 2,000 to 3,000 babies. Vicki said ‘I kept asking the midwives and nurses what I could give Eva if she was in pain, but nobody was able to answer me. They just kept going away and then coming back with more people to look at Eva’s teeth. Nobody could believe it. When we came out of the hospital I went to see my GP and he said that he had never heard of this happening before.’

Consultant neonatologist at James Cook said ‘It probably happens about three times every two years here and we deliver 4,000 babies a year. Babies are born with one or two teeth and it’s usually in the lower gum.’

Arlene Phillips talks anti-aging techniques


Admittedly, former Strictly Come Dancing judge Arlene Phillips might look like she’s had more than a little help from her cosmetic surgeon, but most people would still be surprised to learn that the mother of two is approaching her seventies. Speaking to the Daily Mail about her career and family life, Arlene also discussed how she keeps looking young.

‘I’ve had Botox in the past,’ she admits, ‘I’ve had Botox and I’ve had fillers of some sort, but I’m not very good with needles. I have to have pain-free treatment.’ Arlene goes on to describe her latest anti-aging technique, called Indiba, which she describes as ‘a type of electrode treatment. It’s fantastic – when you’ve had it done you can really see a difference. But in terms of how long it lasts, I wasn’t really sure.’

Arlene’s fuller cheeks and impossibly smooth complexion were the subject of much controversy following her dismissal from the judging panel on Strictly, during which time the weight dropped off her. Now she’s feeling more confident with her size and puts the changes down to weight gain, not cosmetic enhancement. ‘When I left Strictly, I lost a lot of weight. My long-term manager, who I was very close to, died around that time and I was grieving. I’ve recently put on well over a stone; my face is definitely much fuller. The weight always goes to my face and to my hips. I’m back to a size 12 to 14, which is quite a lot for my height – 5ft 3in. A few years ago I was a size 8 to 10.’

Dental makeovers soar in popularity


Most people would probably associate going to the dentist with painful surgery, but that’s all changed over the past few years; more and more patients are opting for cosmetic treatments to improve their teeth and get that perfect smile. The ‘dental makeover’ has soared in popularity recently, as Dr Ekta Chadha or Max hospital and Smile studio explains; ‘The number of people flocking to us for cosmetic procedures has increased by fifty per cent in the past five years’ – proving  it’s not just root canals that dentists can be useful for.

As well as teeth whitening and dental veneers, there are new trends that involve decorating the teeth with crystals and diamonds, for patients looking for that extra bit of bling in their smile. Fashion designer Nidhi Mahajan decided to add some precious gems to her teeth to make them stand out more; ‘I was bored of body tattoos and wanted to try something different.’ She told the Daily Mail, adding; ‘This is a great addition and makes my smile dazzling.’

In the same way as tattooing the skin, patients can also get their teeth inked with patterns and other designs, Dr Vishal Gupta of Fortis Escorts and Medanta Medicity hospital said that ‘youngsters getting cartoon characters and names inscribed on their teeth are a huge draw’ as part of cosmetic dentistry at the clinic.

‘Five a day’ could damage children’s teeth


Health-conscious parents will be disappointed to learn that encouraging their children to drink fruit juice and smoothies every day could be doing more harm than good, according to the Royal College of Surgeons. Half of five-year-olds in the UK showed signs of enamel erosion during a recent study, because the acid in fruit juice attacks the porous shell of the teeth as it releases sugars.

Kathy Harley, Dean of the dental faculty at the College has suggested that schools should provide an alternative to juice during the lunch hour, such as water or milk. She also said that it would be a good idea to limit the intake of smoothies and juice drinks to once a week, as a weekend treat perhaps. The NHS doesn’t go that far, but dentists are in agreement that the amount children drink on a daily basis has to be monitored carefully, otherwise their teeth could become severely eroded, and they advise parents to offer fruit juice during mealtimes, as this is thought to do less damage to the enamel.

Damien Walmsley of the British Dental Association spoke to the Daily Mail, saying that juice drinks should be kept to meal times, ‘That [may] go against the [recommendation of] five portions of fruit and vegetables a day,’ he says, ‘but it is not a good idea snacking on it because of the continual drip, drip, on to the tooth.’

New ‘gas drill’ could replace traditional methods


The drill is probably the most feared of all the dental tools, and with good reason, the vibrations are not only mind-numbing, they are also capable of causing considerable discomfort as they jolt the nerve endings in the teeth. Well now the millions of dental-phobic people all over the world have one less thing to worry about; a new ‘gas-firing’ drill has been developed as a pain free alternative, it can also make the process faster and more hard-wearing for the future.

Researchers at the University of Missouri are taking credit for the revolutionary idea, and they are confident that their new product will allow more patients to undergo filling treatment with a less painful outcome. Tooth decay is the most common dental problem in the world, and cavities currently have to be treated by drilling away the decayed area and then replacing it with fillings made of amalgam or composite bonding material. The ‘non-thermal argon plasma brush’ will remove the uncomfortable drilling stage; it works by firing out tiny electrically charged particles that are powerful enough to cut through the enamel, killing bacteria as they go – which means it is also a more sanitary process.

Head of prosthodontics at King’s College London Dental Institute spoke to the Daily Mail earlier today, saying that ‘in principle, it sounds like a good idea. If this mixture of gas and liquid can be shown to remove enamel, it would be a big step forward for dentistry.’

Kylie’s face sparks rumours of cosmetic enhancement


Her petite figure and flawless complexion may be the envy of women all over the globe, but recent photos of Kylie Minogue suggest she’s not as pleased with her appearance as most 43-year-old’s would be. The aussi singer is known for her age-defying looks and doesn’t seem to have changed drastically since she burst onto the pop scene in the eighties.

Kylie was seen attending a charity concert at the Royal Opera House in London last week; her face appeared unusually smooth under the glare of the flashbulbs. A report in the Daily Mail stated that rumours of Kylie using Botox were old news, she even admitted to cosmetic enhancement last year, but she has been adamant ever since that she hasn’t touched the stuff – do her frozen features tell a different story?

In a 2010 interview, the former neighbours star said she was finished with facial fillers, ‘I’ve been honest about the fact that I did use Botox.’ She said, adding; ‘I have lines. You can see the lines on my face.’ Kylie praised the use of a new face cream, maintaining that her smooth complexion was the result of good skin care and quality moisturizing products.

Her latest photographs won’t go much way to quashing the rumours, but she vented her annoyance a few days later, tweeting ‘So, I have been filmed out in public the last three nights and suddenly it is ‘reported’ I cannot move my face?’

Ruby Wax ‘has Botox injections once a year’


Ruby Wax 'has Botox injections once a year'Individuals contemplating having Botox to remove the early signs of ageing could be interested in recent comments about the substance made by Ruby Wax.

In a recent interview with the Daily Mail, the 58-year-old comedienne stated that she has the anti-wrinkle injections once a year because her career depends on the appearance of her face.

While listing her favourite things, the mother-of-three claimed undergoing the non-invasive surgery once a year was enough for her as it ensures she was still able to show her expressions.

As part of the interview, Wax also revealed that she would be happy to spend her life in her pyjamas as she is a fan of dressing for comfort, and declared that Dawn French is one of her favourite people.

Speaking highly of her fellow funny woman, she stated that the pair are in tune with each other’s emotions and are able to read certain situations in a particular manner.

Before making her way into the alternative comedy scene in the 1980s, the well-known American studied at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama before joining the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1978.ADNFCR-2621-ID-800716628-ADNFCR

Children’s dentistry: Parents should clean baby’s gums


Children's dentistry: Parents should clean baby's gums Parents looking to book a children's dentistry appointment should start cleaning their offspring's gums before the emergence of teeth.

Potentially harmful bacteria found in the mouths of infants could lead to decay prior to the growth of milk teeth, which is why an effective routine is vital from an early age.

This view is echoed by the Daily Mail, which recently reported a study conducted by the University of Illinois that discovered oral health issues could develop in babies.

Leading the research, Professor Kelly Swanson revealed that scientists had found that a "window of infectivity" occurred at a much younger age than originally thought.

"Like many other diseases, dental cavities are a result of many bacteria in a community, not just one pathogen," he added.

The British Dental Health Foundation advises parents to introduce their child to the sights and sounds of a surgery from an early age to remove any worries they may have.ADNFCR-2621-ID-800701016-ADNFCR

Good oral health ‘could reduce risk of Alzheimer’s’


Good oral health 'could reduce risk of Alzheimer's'Health-conscious individuals who attend regular check-ups with an emergency dentist could be limiting their risk of dementia, a study has suggested.

According to the Daily Mail, maintaining a high standard of overall health is vital for staving off the symptoms of Alzheimer's in later life.

The connection was established after Canadian researchers carried out a series of experiments to assess the effects a range of illnesses had on older people.

Scientists revealed that the likelihood of dementia increased 3.2 per cent for every complaint, including poor oral hygiene, which affected them.

"It's very important to try and maintain fitness and health at whatever standard you are able," explained Dr Marie Jackson.

Alzheimer's Association states that age, family history and genetics are the most important factors when considering the likelihood of the illness.

The organisation urges older people to ensure they live an overall healthy lifestyle in a bid to keep their brain and body in a good condition.ADNFCR-2621-ID-800622409-ADNFCR

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